ABOUT: I designed the typeface Stillis, which means “drip” in Latin. It contains over 500 characters and took several years of development in Fontlab.
Its unique stylization of soft curving terminals was a perfect fit for the headlines and primary copy of "The Water Lilies. American Abstract Painting and the last Monet" at the Musée de l'Orangerie in Paris. A pre-release of my typeface was used by the architecture and exhibitions firm The Cloud Collective to layout the titles, historical timeline, and descriptions of this Monet exhibition.
Exhibition planning and layout: Joris Lipsch and Floriane Lipsch Pic (The Cloud Collective)